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[audio]The Baby Snooks Show (AKA Baby Snooks and Daddy)
The Baby Snooks Show (sometimes called Baby Snooks and Daddy) began on CBS September 17, 1944, airing on Sunday evenings at 6:30pm as Post Toasties Time (for sponsor General Foods). The title soon changed to The Baby Snooks Show CAST: Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks. Henley Stafford as Lancelot "Daddy" Higgins, Baby Snooks father. Lalive Brownell as "Mommy" Higgins (later played by Lois Corbet and Arlene Harris).Leone Ledoux as Snook’s little brother Roberspierre...
Keywords: The Baby Snooks Show; Baby Snooks Show; Baby Snooks and Daddy; Baby Snooks; Baby; Fanny Brice; Old Time Radio; OTR; 1940's; 1950's; 1930; s
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[audio]Baby Snooks 18 Eps
(18 Episodes) Baby Snooks, first portrayed by Fanny Brice during her 1912 vaudeville act, was Fanny's version of the then-time actress, Baby Peggy. Brice later admitted that even though Baby Snooks was a version of herself as a child, Baby Snooks was a caricature of Baby Peggy. In 1934, Fanny wore the Baby Snooks costume (of long, curly, bleach blond hair held together with a large pink ribbon, baggy dress, Buster Brown-like shoes w ankle socks and a big pink all-day sucker) during her time in t...
Keywords: Baby Snooks; Baby Snooks & Daddy; Post Toasties Time; OTR; Sitcom; Old Time Radio
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[audio]Baby Snooks Halloween scene from live radio drama re-creation
Brief scene from live radio drama show at Joplin's Java coffeehouse. Baby Snooks: Carol Seymour. Roger: David Drazin. Daddy: Nicholas Palumbo. Roger's dad: Tom Gollagly. Music: David Drazin.
Keywords: Baby Snooks; Fanny Brice; Joplin's Java; Waukegan; Carol Seymour; David Drazin; Nicholas Palumbo; Tom Gollagly
Downloads: 58
[audio]The Friday Maze #2: January Jones is a Fembot (FCP011) - Arthur Jaz
Episode 2 of The Friday Maze, from Falling Cow Productions. Host: Arthur Jaz. Show notes: 1. Did You Catch the Show Last Week? Well, did ya? 2. What Wouldn't I Do -- Strayfolk Bad Panda Records. http://www.archive.org/details/badpanda022 Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 3. How to Throw a Party for a Two-Year-Old Humorous essay by Arthur Jaz. 4. Jackie's Princess Shop Field recording...
Keywords: Movie reviews; OTR; Old-time radio; Baby Snooks; Pro Audio; Toys for Elliot; Strayfolk; Humor
Downloads: 39
[audio]Baby Snooks 93 Eps
(93 episodes) Baby Snooks, first portrayed by Fanny Brice during her 1912 vaudeville act, was Fanny's version of the then-time actress, Baby Peggy. Brice later admitted that even though Baby Snooks was a version of herself as a child, Baby Snooks was a caricature of Baby Peggy. In 1934, Fanny wore the Baby Snooks costume (of long, curly, bleach blond hair held together with a large pink ribbon, baggy dress, Buster Brown-like shoes w ankle socks and a big pink all-day sucker) during her time in t...
Keywords: Old Time Radio; Baby Snooks; Fanny Brice; Hanley Stafford; OTR Comedy; OTR Sitcom
Downloads: 25,931 4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars(4 reviews)
[movies]Parade of Stars (1950)
Popsicle Parade of Stars (1950) Original Air Date: 12 June 1950 (Season 1, Episode 5) Cast: Fanny Brice (Baby Snooks), Hanley Stafford (Daddy) With original commercials.
Keywords: Classic TV; 1950's Television; CBS; Kinescope; Live TV; Baby Snooks; Popsicle; Funny Girl
Downloads: 2,318 3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Baby Snooks 80 Eps
(80 Episodes) * Fanny Brice as 'Baby Snooks' * def gp ddh
Keywords: Old Time Radio; OTR; Comedy; Sitcom; Baby Snooks; Fanny Brice; Hanley Stafford; Daddy Higgins
Downloads: 16,211 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Command Performance 42 04 19 Shirley Temple Baby Snooks Abbott And Costello
Host Shirley Temple introduces Martha Tilton who sings "Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree."  Baby Snooks and Daddy on the golf course. Dorothy Lamour sings "Moonlight and Shadows."  Abbott and Costello perform their "Who's on First" sketch.
Keywords: Command Performance; Shirley Temple; Martha Tilton; Baby Snooks; Abbott and Costello; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
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